Limp Bizkit Would Play Glastonbury if Given the Chance

artist: limp bizkit date: 07/14/2014 category: general music news
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Limp Bizkit Would Play Glastonbury if Given the Chance
Limp Bizkit appear to have their sights set on playing Glastonbury, after sub-headlining Sonisphere festival in Knebworth.

Speaking to NME (via Gigwise), Fred Durst and Wes Borland said that they would be "grateful to accept the opportunity" to play in Somerset, after Metallica became the first metal band to headline the iconic festival.

Discussing their new album, which is ambiguously due for release either sometime next year or next month, Wes Borland claimed that he doesn't really listen to that much rock and metal music as it has become both "repetitive" and "saturated."

As for their own new material however, the pair were in agreement that upcoming album "Stampede of the Disco Elephants" is unique and different - a record made for themselves with tracks that feature an amalgamation of many ideas.
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